katiegnome's Video ChannelLast Updated 2010-10-02T00:50:43
I am a Christian learning to serve God. I'm ready to be challenged. God has done so much in my life, brought so many great people into it. I had a kidney transplant on May 27th 2008! Praise God! You might think it would've been better if I'd never had kidney disease in the first place, but I wouldn't give up anything (the good times or the bad times) I've been through for the world. Through everything God has given me so much, taught me so much, and shown me so much love. I believe if something seems bad, God isn't done with me yet. Of course, I'm still growing as a Christian. I'm a little too intense sometimes. I try to learn from my mistakes, becuase sometimes you just can't get things back to the way they were. <br />
I'll be majoring in music education at college in the fall. I hope to take a couple counseling classes. I also want to learn the piano, in addition to learning the guitar. I want to work with youth, and I hope to use the skills I'll learn at college to encourage teens. <br />
But most importantly... there is nothing cooler than a high five (including but not limited to hand hugs, sterile fives, and the occasional incredibly painful five) or a fist bump... besides a really long trench coat. Duct tape comes in at a really close third. Did I mention I'm random?
Lyrics: (VERSE)Seems we are face to face./ I'm kneeling down to pray,/ Smoothing out this paper asking words to say,/ And that I could only know your name./ I turn over in my head,/ things that I regret./ I wonder what to do with these chances just ahead,/ To honor the life you led./(BRIDGE)When I have no words to say,/ For the things I can't repay,/ I sing,/(CHORUS)Spirit cry out in me./ Father hear my words./ Jesus let them hear my grateful song./ Let it be an endless song./(VERSE)Seems you may never see,/ All you've done for me./ You faced the thing you never thought would be,/ And still you remembered me./ You didn't know who,/ But love showed true./ It seemed a simple question. You knew well what you'd do./ I wish I had better words to thankyou./(BRIDGE)/(CHORUS)/ And someday I pray,/ I'll meet you in that shining place./ With joy I'll sing your name,/ And finally see your face,/ And thankyou for the life you gave,/ For though you never planned it that way,/ You gave every last gift and I was saved,/ And I hope that God has written down your name,/ And that you were brave.